Get next to nature on a family action holiday

Families can stay in yurts and treehouses within an enchanting new woodland village on an activity holiday in Normandy this summer. The new eco-friendly homes enjoy a magical natural setting, tucked away among trees close to a river and lake

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KTM Freeride-E – The Greenest Way to Get Dirty?

KTM freeride

We are reviewing E-Scape’s electric off-road school in the next week, so thought it only fair to give you all the chance to try this sort of thing for yourselves – KTM ʻINDOOR-ELECTRICʼ WEEKEND  E-SCAPE Electric Riding Zones, pioneers of

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The Ski Club Members Green Award

The Ski Club Members Green Award 2016 sees the launch of the Ski Club’s Inspire Awards, designed to continue the legacy of the Club’s founders back in 1903. The first of these is the Members Green Award which will offer

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Eco China & Giant Pandas

When most people think of China, we imagine billions of people in a small space, post communism,  fast cars,  big industry and lots of money, not forgetting The Great Wall. Having spent 11 days there,  visiting Xi’an, Chengdu and Beijing,

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Iceland, a sight never forgotten.

Seeing the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights as they are most commonly known, was by far the most privileged and majestic sight I have ever had. We started our day catching the shuttle from our hotel/apartment and travelled to Reykjavik

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